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Re: John Wiley on RoMEO

From:

Leslie Carr <[log in to unmask]>

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Leslie Carr <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Tue, 17 Feb 2009 10:38:21 +0000

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On 17 Feb 2009, at 09:34, Talat Chaudhri wrote:

> This is very confusing then. In the small print (icluded below in  
> your email) there is a reference to a 6 month embargo. On the RoMEO  
> site it specifically disallows archiving in institutional  
> repositories. What are we to believe?

Clearly ROMEO is a derivative service, and is probably not yet updated.
Beyond that, reconciling the various inconsistencies in the combined  
Blackwell-Wiley statements, I'd have to rely on professional  
judgements to decide in accordance with University policies.

Personally, I'd take the most positive interpretation of the license,  
and document my reasons.
---
les

>
>
> Talat
>
> Leslie Carr wrote:
>> I have just chased through the latest version of the Wiley- 
>> Blackwell online authors' guidelines (on which ROMEO is based) to  
>> find the following:
>>
>> Wiley-Blackwell Publication Ethics
>> http://www.wiley.com/bw/publicationethics/
>>
>> *8.14 Best Practice: Protecting intellectual property*
>> Wiley-Blackwell is legally required to have explicit authority to  
>> publish any article. The societies we partner with decide which  
>> copyright arrangement they require from the options we provide, a  
>> brief and abridged description of which is provided in the bullets  
>> below. Wiley-Blackwell recommends the Exclusive License Form (ELF)  
>> system (for a sample form click here <http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/pdf/IJCP_ELF.pdf 
>> >). For more information visit the Wiley-Blackwell Copyright FAQs  
>> page: click here <http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/bauthor/faqs_copyright.asp 
>> > .
>>
>>    * The Wiley-Blackwell Exclusive License Form (ELF). This form of
>>      copyright agreement, among other things, enables the owners of
>>      intellectual property (be they authors or named organizations)
>>      to retain copyright in their journal articles; Wiley-Blackwell
>>      or the journal owner retains the commercial publishing and
>>      journal compilation rights.
>>    * The Wiley-Blackwell OnlineOpen Exclusive License Form (OOF).
>>      While allowing articles to be published and made freely
>>      available for all to access online, this form of copyright
>>      agreement (among other things and like the ELF) enables the
>>      owners of intellectual property (be they authors or named
>>      organizations) to retain copyright in their journal articles;
>>      the OOF adheres to Creative Commons 2.5 and Wiley-Blackwell or
>>      the journal owner retains the commercial publishing and journal
>>      compilation rights.
>>    * The Copyright Assignment Form (CAF) is also still in use.
>>
>> Note that? Recommends! Wiley-Blackwell recommends the use of the  
>> Exclusive License form
>>
>> Extract from the Sample ELF:  http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/pdf/IJCP_ELF.pdf
>> *Prior to acceptance:* We ask that as part of the publishing  
>> process you acknowledge that the Article has been submitted to the  
>> Journal. You will not prejudice acceptance if you use the  
>> unpublished Article, in form and content as submitted for  
>> publication in the Journal, in the following ways: o sharing print  
>> or electronic copies of the Article with colleagues; o posting an  
>> electronic version of the Article on your own personal website, on  
>> your employer’s website/repository and on free public servers in  
>> your subject area.  • *After acceptance:* Provided that you give  
>> appropriate acknowledgement to the Journal and Blackwell  
>> Publishing, and full bibliographic reference for the Article when  
>> it is published, you may use the accepted version of the Article as  
>> originally submitted for publication in the Journal, and updated to  
>> include any amendments made after peer review, in the following  
>> ways: o you may share print or electronic copies of the Article  
>> with colleagues; o you may use all or part of the Article and  
>> abstract, without revision or modification, in personal  
>> compilations or other publications of your own work; o you may use  
>> the Article within your employer’s institution or company for  
>> educational or research purposes, including use in course packs; o  
>> 6 months after publication you may post an electronic version of  
>> the Article on your own personal website, on your employer’s  
>> website/repository and on free public servers in your subject area.  
>> Electronic versions of the accepted Article must include a link to  
>> the published version of the Article together with the following  
>> text: ‘The definitive version is available at www.blackwell-synergy.com 
>>  <http://www.blackwell-synergy.com>’.
>> So you *can* deposit in a repository - preprint and postprint!
>>
>> HOWEVER one step away (literally) from the W-B "Best Practice  
>> document" is the W-B "Copyright FAQ" in which they elaborate that  
>> although the ELF is used for societies, the wholly owned journals  
>> still retain the practice of Copyright Assignment. The sample  
>> Copyright Assignment document (for the aptly chosen International  
>> Headache Society) contains the following text:
>> Such preprints may be posted as electronic files on the author's  
>> own website for personal or professional use, or on the author's  
>> internal university, college or corporate networks/intranet, or  
>> secure external website at the author's institution, but not for  
>> commercial sale or for any systematic external distribution by a  
>> third party (e.g. a listserve or database connected to a public  
>> access server).
>>
>> I *think* that an institutional repository is OK by that  
>> definition. After all, it is a secre external website at the  
>> author's institution which is not offering the item for sale nor  
>> run by a third party.
>> ----
>> Les
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> On 13 Feb 2009, at 13:55, Sheppard, Nick wrote:
>>
>>> Hi
>>>
>>>
>>> Already confused trying to steer a path through the labyrinthine  
>>> copyright policies of assorted publishers I was even more so when  
>>> I put John Wiley & Sons into RoMEO to discover that it is  
>>> apparently a green publisher that does not allow deposit in an  
>>> institutional repository (apart from JASIST authors).  Isn’t this  
>>> a rather unusual condition for a ‘green’ publisher?
>>>
>>>
>>> *Nick Sheppard*
>>>
>>> Repository Development Officer
>>>
>>> The Headingley Library
>>>
>>> James Graham Building
>>>
>>> Leeds Metropolitan University
>>>
>>> Beckett Park
>>>
>>> Leeds
>>>
>>> LS6 3QS
>>>
>>> Tel: 0113 812 4731
>>>
>>> email: [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask] 
>>> >
>>>
>>> blog: http://repositorynews.wordpress.com/
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> To view the terms under which this email is distributed, please go  
>>> to http://disclaimer.leedsmet.ac.uk/email.htm
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>
> -- 
> Dr Talat Chaudhri
> ------------------------------------------------------------
> Research Officer
> UKOLN, University of Bath, Bath BA2 7AY, Great Britain
> Telephone: +44 (0)1225 385105    Fax: +44 (0)1225 386838
> E-mail: [log in to unmask]   Skype: talat.chaudhri
> Web: http://www.ukoln.ac.uk/ukoln/staff/t.chaudhri/
> ------------------------------------------------------------
>
>

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